Play Explores a Salish Woman’s Journey away from and back to “Belief”

Salish writer and teacher Julie Cajune brought her family stories, Jennifer Finley-Greene brought poetry, and Linda Grinde brought her theater experience to take these women’s words and bring them to the stage.

The result is the one-woman-play “Belief” premiering in Bigfork on Friday, but with plans to play elsewhere in Montana, and the world.

Flathead Reporter Katrin Frye has more on a play that’s taking words and music to tell a story its authors hope not only resonates for Salish women, but across cultures and gender.

One thought on “Play Explores a Salish Woman’s Journey away from and back to “Belief”

  1. So glad you are able to cover such powerful work happening in the region…When this comes to Missoula—and it will—don’t MISS it…It is stunning…!

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